I just sent a question to the ATF today about C&R tranfe

Discussion in 'Firearms' started by jason1, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. jason1

    jason1 New Member

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    Today I had a friend ask me if I could transfer a SKS to him free of charge using my C&R I told him I didn't know so I sent a email to the ATF. I hope to
    see what some of you guy think before I get a reply from the ATF is it legal and what would I need to do.He is the one thats paying for the SKS Yugo

    :ianal:
     
  2. oldguns

    oldguns New Member

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    No. Don't mean to be short but no.
     

  3. Adam5

    Adam5 Atlanta Overwatch

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    A C&R is for personal collecting only. You can not legally use your license for others. You can sell items that you bouht with your C&R as long as you log the disposition of them into your bound log, but you can not buy something with the intent of selling it. Saving your friend a few bucks is not worth the possible prison time.
     
  4. jason1

    jason1 New Member

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    I really didn't know so that why I asked the ATF.
    I thought I might not have a right to but I seen this little quote from the ATF about the right to do a sell or transfer to a junior person.


    Quote: ATF

    A: The requirement that written notification concerning juvenile handgun possession be given by licensees to a nonlicensee to whom a handgun is delivered applies to curio or relic handguns transferred by licensed collectors. However, the sign posting requirement does not apply to licensed collectors. In the case of collectors, a requirement to post signs at the licensed premises would serve no purpose because the premises is not a business premises open to the public and licensed collectors may lawfully dispose of curio or relic handguns away from their licensed premises. [18 U. S. C. 922( x), 27 CFR 178.103]

    And I found this to
    August 2005

    Q: Can a C&R licensee give a firearm away as a gift?

    A: The Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA) allows for the purchase of firearms as gifts. If the particular firearm is from your collection, you must ensure that its disposition is properly recorded.


    This is where I got it
    http://www.surplusrifle.com/shooting200 ... /index.asp

    This is were I thought I might could because your buying and transferring the firearm as a gift,So I thought it might almost be the same thing but he is buying it and I did the transfer.
    But like I said :ianal:
     
  5. jason1

    jason1 New Member

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    Guys I will post what the ATF sends me.I hope it goes my way but you never know with them.
     
  6. jgullock

    jgullock Active Member

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    Uh oh. Now you'll start to notice a black late model sedan parked across the street from your house with two guys in it wearing sunglasses...at night. :shock:
     
  7. merlock

    merlock Active Member

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    Watch out for the vans with funky antennas on them. They'll be reading your monitor along with you. :foilhat:

    And, listen close...it's those helicopters. :foilhat: :foilhat:
     
  8. moonchicken

    moonchicken New Member

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    Yep, they probably already tapped his phone, hacked his computer and traced him to this forum. We are being monitored. :ninja:
    :-$

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  9. Seanmay11

    Seanmay11 Guest

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    damn see what u did to me lol, somebody get my aluminum foil hat :lol: